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Merry Christmas and all the best for 2020

... to all our supporters, followers, and readers.

We wish everyone a happy and peaceful Christmas, and all the best for the New Year.

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Welcome, Philipp!

Philipp began his 12-month period of voluntary service with GEZUBUSO Projects today.

On 14 August 2019, Philipp Strohmaier joined GEZUBUSO Projects as new WELTWAERTS volunteer for a 12-month stay. Philipp will not only work with the GEZUBUSO children, but he will also actively support the gardening project, help in the office and involve himself where needed.

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Routine visit at Gezubuso

Three times a year Rudolf Köhne-Volland, our board member from Germany, visits of Gezubuso Projects - again from August 13-17, 2019.

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Recyling @ Gezubuso

Act of necessity: Joshua recycles plastic bottles and starts a green house.

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Expanding the garden project "Eat Homegrown"

After more than two years of development and fine tuning our sustainable garden project "Eat Homegrown" is ready to move forward and to be expanded significantly. Looking for sponsors and find raising has started, every support is very much appreciated.

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New flyer about Gezubuso Projects

A new flyer about the work of GEZUBUSO Projects is issued by the German circle of supporters ....

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15 years of Gezubuso Projects

Gezubuso Projects got registered on the 7th of June 2004 ...

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Thank you so much! For your support in 2018.

Gezubuso Projects would like to say thank you so much to all sponsors in 2018 for their generous support!

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Homegrown advantages

Gezubuso Projects makes a difference

That's exciting: The journal "Go! Platteland" reports about the current garden project of Gezubuso Projects ...

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International Volunteers at Gezubuso Projects

Feedback and outlook

Gezubuso Projects received positive feedback with regard to its support for the volunteer at a meeting on 26th of Februar 2019 in Durban.

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